NAVATMAN SUMMER CAMP MANHATTAN QUEENS
NAVATMAN SUMMER CAMP: MANHATTAN & QUEENS
July 6 - 10 Monday - Friday, 10AM - 1PM*
July 6 – 10 Monday – Friday, 10AM – 1PM*
For: Ages 6-13
Learn: Body conditioning and strengthening – odissi – bharatanatyam – kathak – music – theater – arts and crafts ~ abhinaya ~ vocals ~ mridangam
Looking for a way to connect your child to Indian culture?
Want to evoke an interest in the classical arts?
Eager to take your child’s training to the next level?
Navatman’s summer camp has something for everyone – boys and girls from ages 6 onwards (with half day camps available for our Navatman students from 4 – 6) join our world class faculty to inspire, excite, launch themselves to a new level of connection and performance in Indian classical dance and music.
Schedules are curated with the child’s needs in mind and vary from child to child, but can include:
Bharatanatyam: Level 1 to advanced level – learn the basics or hone your skills Kathak: Level 1 to Intermediate – learn the basics or hone your skills Mridangam: Intro Level classes and rhythmic theory for advanced dance students Body Conditioning: all levels Flexibility: All levels Vocals: learn the basics or hone your skills Theater: Intro and intermediate levels – learn stories from Hindu mythology Abhinaya: advanced dancers only Odissi: Intro levels only Arts and Crafts: Intro levels only
“Our kids (Boy-9, Girl-6) have gone to the Navatman summer camp for 2 years now. We sent them to the summer camp the first year to get them familiar with Indian classical music and dance. The experience was so good that we ended up signing them for classes for the whole year and are now a part of the Navatman community….The summer camp helped develop the love for music and dance in our kids in a very short time and also during the second summer camp the growth for our son in music was phenomenal. We would highly recommend the summer camp for anyone looking to develop an initial interest or accelerating their learning.”
- Gautam and Priya, newest members to the Navatman fam